Items needed: -round dowel (wood or rubber) that is the diameter of the pipe (it must fit tightly into

the pipe so it doesn't fall out).) -handlebar grip (the kind used on mountainbike handlebars) basically a long thin tube of rubber that is a fair thickness like that of a handlebar grip. -pipe approx. 4-6 inches long which is not more than a few millimeters bigger than the handlebar grip in diameter. - lego tires. the ones from the older lego. They were all one piece and kind of looked like this [ ]------------[ ] the 'rims' that the tires were on were redthe rest of the lego piece was usually black. Instructions: take the pipe (I used a metal one with the pipe walls being only about a millimeter thickness) and slide the rubber handlebar grip all the way over it so the outside of the pipe is covered with the grip. Now take the lego tires (take them off the lego 'rims'. all you need is the tires themselves) and slide them down the inside of the pipe so they are evenly spaced at approx. half a centimeter from each other all the way down the inside of the pipe. The tires should be a tight, snug fit as you are pushing down the pipe otherwise they will fall out of the pipe. so choose your pipe diameter accordingly. Leave some space free from lego tires inside the pipe at both ends. you will need to take the dowel (rubber or wood) and drill a hole exactly in the center which is approx. a millemeter bigger than a .22 cal. bullet. Now you need to force it in one end of the silencer. This will become the "muzzle" (where the bullet comes out)of the silencer. Now wrap masking tape around the end of the barrel of your gun until the diameter of the tape is as thick as the inside diameter of your silencer. Finally you can now slide your silencer onto the end of your gunbarrel. Make sure it is a presice fit and that the muzzle of your gun lines up perfectly with the muzzle of your silencer otherwise the bullet will take the silencer with it next time you fire the gun. When you fire the gun you will hear a high pitched noise (like a tweet) simmilar to what you hear on movies when someone uses a silencer. This takes approx. a couple hours to make and is fairly easy to make. I got the idea for this from other articles on this website, all I did was try to think of some alternate materials which would be easier to find around the house. But this works really great and you can make a bunch of them really easily and quickly for all your firearms. I only tried it on a .22 LR rifle using supersonic rounds, but I'm sure it would work on other calibers as well as long as you always make sure that the bullet itself is able to easily fit throught all the tires and the end dowel otherwise your silencer will be history the first time you try it.

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